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 Jul 17 accepted How many elements of a given order in a finite group Jul 15 asked How many elements of a given order in a finite group Jun 8 awarded Caucus May 6 awarded Yearling Apr 22 suggested rejected edit on Proof $f(\emptyset)=\emptyset$ Apr 15 accepted Find every ring homomorphism between $\mathbb Z$ and $\mathbb Q$ Apr 14 asked Find every ring homomorphism between $\mathbb Z$ and $\mathbb Q$ Mar 20 comment A sequence of nested fractions with a counter-intuitive limit @Gerry Good idea. youtube.com/watch?v=GFLkou8NvJo#t=1m And there is the spoiler that wau is 1. Mar 18 answered A sequence of nested fractions with a counter-intuitive limit Mar 18 accepted Existence and uniqueness of a morphism that completes an alternate path Mar 17 asked A sequence of nested fractions with a counter-intuitive limit Feb 16 accepted A subtle modification to the $t$ distribution Dec 22 comment Proving Hahn's Extension Theorem for a finite initial measure Ooooh, so it was an infimum argument! Like I said, Bartle goes way too fast. Dec 22 accepted Proving Hahn's Extension Theorem for a finite initial measure Dec 22 asked Proving Hahn's Extension Theorem for a finite initial measure Dec 16 revised Existence and uniqueness of a morphism that completes an alternate path deleted 3 characters in body Dec 16 comment Existence and uniqueness of a morphism that completes an alternate path @DylanMoreland In order to make sense, $p$ and $q$ have to be integers; but $\mathbb Z_{-k}=\mathbb Z_k$, and $\mathbb Z_0$ is useless (empty, I think), so I restricted $p$ and $q$ to the positive integers. Dec 16 answered Existence and uniqueness of a morphism that completes an alternate path Dec 16 revised Existence and uniqueness of a morphism that completes an alternate path deleted 1583 characters in body Dec 16 revised Fibonacci, tribonacci and other similar sequences improved formatting and phrasing